Have you asked yourself these questions?

A few days ago I wrote asking if 2014 was the year for you to play it safe?  

 

Or, if this was the year for you to take a leap of faith?

Before you decide, consider the following questions as a way to gain greater clarity abou playing it safe vs. taking a leap:

  • What have you learned from previous leaps of faith have you taken in your life?
  • The leap you’re considering, is it BIG ENOUGH? Really?
  • Is it time to take this leap?  How do you know?
  • What is it costing you to play it safe?
  • What is the worst thing that will happen if you fail?
  • What is the hidden gift in playing it safe?
All the best to you,
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Coaching at End of Life – Upcoming Live Online Trainings

Coach Yourself Through Grief – Applying Coaching Principles to Your Grief Journey

–       FREE 4 week webinar beginning February 13, 2014

If a loved one of yours has died, then you know how painful grief can be. The emotions can be overwhelming. Many feel like they are “going crazy!” Nothing helps walking the journey of grief more than having a Certified End of Life Coach by your side. But what do you do when your coach isn’t there? What happens when you forget what your Coach told you? “Coach Yourself Through Grief” is a training and support group designed for laypeople who are in the midst of grief. The goal of the training is to help individuals to learn what “normal grief” looks like, and to encourage them to mourn well.

http://coachingatendoflife.com/trainings/coach-yourself-through-grief/

Introduction to Coaching at End of Life

–       4 week training beginning February 10, 2014

This 4 week, online learning class will introduce how a spiritual leader can use a coach approach to minister to the dying and the grieving.  This overview will give a taste of what Coaching at End of Life Modules 1-3 are all about.  Participants will take away practical skills and behaviors that will help them to minister to those at end of life – both to individuals and to groups. Practical tools for follow up will be introduced. Those participating will also be given the opportunity to examine their own views on death, dying and grieving.

http://coachingatendoflife.com/introduction-to-coaching-at-end-of-life/

Dying to Live (Lessons Learned from the Dying)

–       7 week training beginning March 5, 2014 (Ash Wednesday)

“I love being with the dying! ” Don often states! “I am passionate about those who are dealing with End-of-Life Issues.”

One of the primary reasons that Don feels this way, is because the dying have taught him what is important about life. They have modeled for him how to live each day fully. “Dying to Live” is a training appropriate for both laypeople and professional caregivers. The goal of the training is twofold: First, the participant will learn the rationale behind allowing the dying to teach him how to live life fully. Secondly, the participant will learn and apply 15 practical “Life Lessons” the dying teach.

http://coachingatendoflife.com/trainings/dying-to-live-lessons-learned/

Laying The Foundation (for Coaching at End of Life)

–       4 one-hour classes, Monday – Thursday, January 27-30, 2014

This training will teach the fundamentals (8 Building Blocks) of coaching, and will give the participant an opportunity to “try out” coaching first hand – all with a focus toward end of life.

Included are :

  • 4 Online Webinars
  • An individual coaching session with Don (where Don will coach you)
  • A mentor coaching session with Don (where you will coach Don)

http://coachingatendoflife.com/laying-the-foundation/

Module One of Coaching at End of Life – Coaching the Dying

–       7 week training beginning February 11, 2014

This training will focus on the spiritual leader who wants to use a coach approach to minister to the dying.  Participants will take away practical skills and behaviors that will equip them to effectively minister as an end of life coach, both to individuals and to groups.  In addition to the 8 Building Blocks of coaching learned in Laying the Foundation, class members will learn 8 Supporting Building Blocks for coaching the dying.  Those participating will be given the opportunity to examine their own views on death and dying.

This is the first Module in the training that will lead toward certification as an End of Life Coach.

Participants will use the textbook, “Coaching at End of Life.”

http://coachingatendoflife.com/coaching-at-end-of-life-a-coach-approach-to-ministering-to-the-dying-and-the-grieving/#webinars

Module Two of Coaching at End of Life – Coaching the Grieving

–    7 week training beginning February 11, 2014

This training will focus on the spiritual leader who wants to use a coach approach to minister to the grieving.  Participants will take away practical skills and behaviors that will equip them to effectively minister as an end of life coach, both to individuals and to groups.  In addition to the 8 Building Blocks of coaching learned in Laying the Foundation, class members will learn 8 Supporting Building Blocks for coaching the grieving.  Practical tools for follow up will be introduced.  Those participating will be given the opportunity to examine their own views on grief, and will practice end of life coaching.

This is the second Module in the training that will lead toward certification as an End of Life Coach.

Participants will use the textbook, “Coaching at End of Life.”

http://coachingatendoflife.com/coaching-at-end-of-life-a-coach-approach-to-ministering-to-the-dying-and-the-grieving/#webinars

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